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MPBL Quarterfinals: Bicol vs. Davao Occidental (Game 1- Feb. 17, 2020)

Details for Bicol Volcanoes vs. Davao Occidental Tigers in the Quarterfinals (Game 1) of the 2019 MPBL Lakan Season.

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Results and Scores


Bicol
0
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0
Davao Occ.
Quarter Scores: Bicol vs. Davao Occidental (February 17, 2020)
Team Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 TOTAL
Bicol Volcanoes          
Davao Occidental Tigers          
Best Player:


Game Highlights


(Game 1 highlights of Bicol vs. Davao Occidental will added once available.)



MPBL Quarterfinals: Batangas City vs. Zamboanga (Game 1- Feb. 17, 2020)

Details for Batangas City Athletics vs. Zamboanga Family's Brand Sardines in the Quarterfinals (Game 1) of the 2019 MPBL Lakan Season.

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Results and Scores


Batangas City
0
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0
Zamboanga
Quarter Scores: Batangas City vs. Zamboanga (February 17, 2020)
Team Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 TOTAL
Batangas City Athletics          
Zamboanga Family's Brand Sardines          
Best Player:


Game Highlights


(Game 1 highlights of Batangas City vs. Zamboanga will added once available.)



UAAP postpones all sporting events starting February 15

The University Athletic Association of the Philippines (UAAP) has postponed all of its sporting events starting February 15 due to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) threat.

The decision was made unanimous by the league's Board of trustees and Board Managing Directors, after the press conference for second semester events.

Below is the official announcement.


All second semester events will be affected. Volleyball, men's football, softball, seniors baseball, athletics, and judo are among the events that will be moved to a later date.

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Manuel, Tratter, Mocon invited to Gilas FIBA ACQ pool

Vic Manuel, Abu Tratter and Javee Mocon have been invited to join the Gilas Pilipinas' pool for the FIBA Asia Cup 2021 Qualifiers’ first window set later this February.


The three players were named to the pool on Tuesday, February 11 following the withdrawal of Christian Standhardinger, Japeh Aguilar and Mac Belo.

Alaska Aces big man Manuel will be given a second tour of duty with the Gilas Pilipinas after being part of the national team that won the gold medal in the Southeast Asian Games last year.

Aces young big man Tratter could also make his Gilas return. He was a member of the team that played versus Australia in the second window of the FIBA World Cup 2019 Asian Qualifiers in February 2018.

Rain Or Shine's Mocon, meanwhile, was originally part of the 23-for-2023 program of Gilas.

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Pacquiao signs deal with McGregor’s manager Paradigm Sports

Manny Pacquiao has signed with Paradigm Sports Management, the same group that represents UFC star Conor McGregor.

The news was announced by the agency on Wednesday, February 12.


Pacquiao (62-7-2, 39 knockouts), who currently holds the WBA bantamweight title had been linked to rumors of a fight against McGregor.

"Welcome to the team Emmanuel." — McGregor extended a welcome to Pacquiao in his Twitter post.


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2021 FIBA Asia Cup Qualifiers Schedule, Results and Team Standings

Check out below the 2021 FIBA Asia Cup Qualifiers schedule, results, team standings and game details.

The qualification process for the 2021 FIBA Asia Cup will involve 24 teams, divided into 6 groups of 4 teams and each team plays the other 3 teams on a home and away basis over 3 windows with 2 games per window. The windows are; February 2020, and November 2020 and February 2021.

At the end of the Qualifiers, the top 2 teams from each of the 6 groups qualify for the 2021 FIBA Asia Cup, making a total of 12 teams.

The six 3rd place teams from each group qualify to play in a final qualifying tournament. From this tournament, the top 4 teams will qualify for the 2021 FIBA Asia Cup.

Below is the groupings of the 2021 qualification of FIBA Asia Cup, drawn on June 8, 2019 in Bangalore, India.
  • Group A – Philippines, Indonesia, Thailand, South Korea
  • Group B – Chinese Taipei, Japan, Malaysia, China
  • Group C – Australia, Hong Kong, New Zealand, Guam
  • Group D – Bahrain, Lebanon, India, Iraq
  • Group E – Saudi Arabia, Syria, Qatar, Iran
  • Group F – Jordan, Kazakhstan, Sri Lanka, Palestine

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2021 FIBA Asia Cup Qualifiers: Schedule and Team Standings


First Window
Date Time Group Team Scores Team Details
Feb. 20 04:40 pm C Australia vs. New Zealand  
  07:30 pm A Philippines vs. Thailand  
  07:30 pm C Guam vs. Hong Kong  
  08:00 pm A Indonesa vs. South Korea  
  08:30 pm E Iran vs. Syria  
Feb. 21 12:15 am E Saudi Arabia vs. Qatar  
  06:00 pm B Japan vs. China  
  07:00 pm B Chinese Taipei vs. Malaysia  
  10:00 pm F Kazakhstan vs. Palestine  
Feb. 22 12:00 am D Bahrain vs. India  
  01:00 am F Jordan vs. Sri Lanka  
  03:00 am D Lebanon vs. Iraq  
Feb. 23 02:00 pm A South Korea vs. Thailand  
  03:00 pm C Guam vs. New Zealand  
  07:00 pm A Indonesia vs. Philippines  
  07:30 pm C Australia vs. Hong Kong  
  08:30 pm E Iran vs. Qatar  
Feb. 24 12:15 am E Saudi Arabia vs. Syria  
  07:00 pm B Chinese Taipei vs. Japan  
  10:00 pm F Kazakhstan vs. Jordan  
Feb. 25 12:00 am D Iraq vs. India  
  01:00 am F Palestine vs. Sri Lanka  
  03:00 am D Lebanon vs. Bahrain  

Second Window
Date Time Group Team Scores Team Details
Nov. 26   B Malaysia vs. Japan  
    B China vs. Chinese Taipei  
    D India vs. Lebanon  
    D Iraq vs. Bahrain  
    F Sri Lanka vs. Kazakhstan  
    F Palestine vs. Jordan  
No. 27   A Thailand vs. Indonesia  
    A South Korea vs. Philippines  
    C New Zealand vs. Hong Kong  
    C Guam vs. Australia  
    E Qatar vs. Syria  
    E Iran vs. Saudi Arabia  
No. 29   B Malaysia vs. Chinese Taipei  
    B China vs. Japan  
    D India vs. Bahrain  
    D Iraq vs. Lebanon  
    F Sri Lanka vs. Jordan  
    F Palestine vs. Kazakhstan  
No. 30   A Thailand vs. Philippines  
    A South Korea vs. Indonesia  
    C New Zealand vs. Australia  
    C Hong Kong vs. Guam  
    E Qatar vs. Saudi Arabia  
    E Syria vs. Iran  

Third Window
Date Time Group Team Scores Team Details
Feb. 18   A Philippines vs. Indonesia  
    A Thailand vs. South Korea  
    C Hong Kong vs. Australia  
    C New Zealand vs. Guam  
    E Syria vs. Saudi Arabia  
    E Qatar vs. Iran  
Feb. 19   B Japan vs. Chinese Taipei  
    B Malaysia vs. China  
    D Bahrain vs. Lebanon  
    D India vs. Iraq  
    F Jordan vs. Kazakhstan  
    F Sri Lanka vs. Palestine  
Feb. 21   A Philippines vs. South Korea  
    A Indonesia vs. Thailand  
    C Australia vs. Guam  
    C Hong Kong vs. New Zealand  
    E Saudi Arabia vs. Iran  
    E Syria vs. Qatar  
Feb. 22   B Chinese Taipei vs. China  
    B Japan vs. Malaysia  
    D Bahrain vs. Iraq  
    D Leban vs. India  
    F Jordan vs. Palestine  
    F Kazakhstan vs. Sri Lanka  

Team Standings
Rank Group A W L Pts Rank Group B W L Pts
1 Philippines       1 Chinese Taipei      
2 Indonesia        2 Japan      
3 Thailand        3 Malaysia      
4 South Korea        4 China      
                   
Rank Group C W L Pts Rank Group D W L Pts
1 Australia       1 Bahrain      
2 Hong Kong        2 Lebanon      
3 New Zealand        3 India      
4 Guam        4 Iraq      
                   
Rank Group E W L Pts Rank Group F W L Pts
1 Saudi Arabia       1 Jordan      
2 Syria        2 Kazakhstan      
3 Qatar        3 Sri Lanka      
4 Iran        4 Palestine      


Source: FIBA.basketball


UAAP Season 82 Men's and Women's Volleyball Schedule, Results and Game Details

Check out below the UAAP Season 82 Men’s and Women's Volleyball Tournament schedule, results and game details.

The volleyball tournament of UAAP season 82 is scheduled to start on February 15th. The men's and women's tournament will be adopting a new game schedule scheme. It will now feature an alternating men's-women's schedule. The men's games will now be played at 9 a.m. and 1 p.m., while the women's games are set at 11 a.m. and 3 p.m.

Games will take place every Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday. All games are available LIVE on ABS-CBN S+A, LIGA, and live streaming on sports.abs-cbn.com and on iWant Sports.

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The UAAP Board has postponed all sports events including the men's and women's volleyball tournaments starting February 15 due to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) threat.





First Round Schedule and Results

Date Time Division Team Scores Team Details
Feb. 15 09:00 am Men UE vs. UP  
  10:30 am Women UE vs. UP  
  02:00 pm Men UST vs. FEU  
  03:30 pm Women UST vs. FEU  
Feb. 16 09:00 am Men Adamson vs. NU  
  10:30 am Women Adamson vs. NU  
  02:00 pm Men Ateneo vs. DLSU  
  03:30 pm Women Ateneo vs. DLSU  
Feb. 19 09:00 am Men FEU vs. Adamson  
  10:30 am Women FEU vs. Adamson  
  02:00 pm Men UP vs. Ateneo  
  03:30 pm Women UP vs. Ateneo  
Feb. 22 09:00 am Men DLSU vs. UE  
  10:30 am Women DLSU vs. UE  
  02:00 pm Men NU vs. UST  
  03:30 pm Women NU vs. UST  
Feb. 23 09:00 am Men Adamson vs. UP  
  10:30 am Women Adamson vs. UP  
  02:00 pm Men Ateneo vs. FEU  
  03:30 pm Women Ateneo vs. FEU  
Feb. 26 09:00 am Men UE vs. NU  
  10:30 am Women UE vs. NU  
  02:00 pm Men UST vs. DLSU  
  03:30 pm Women UST vs. DLSU  
Feb. 29 09:00 am Men FEU vs. UP  
  10:30 am Women FEU vs. UP  
  02:00 pm Men NU vs. Ateneo  
  03:30 pm Women NU vs. Ateneo  
Mar. 1 09:00 am Men UE vs. UST  
  10:30 am Women UE vs. UST  
  02:00 pm Men DLSU vs. Adamson  
  03:30 pm Women DLSU vs. Adamson  
Mar. 4 09:00 am Men FEU vs. NU  
  10:30 am Women FEU vs. NU  
  02:00 pm Men Ateneo vs. UE  
  03:30 pm Women Ateneo vs. UE  
Mar. 7 09:00 am Men UE vs. FEU  
  10:30 am Women UE vs. FEU  
  02:00 pm Men NU vs. DLSU  
  03:30 pm Women NU vs. DLSU  
Mar. 8 09:00 am Men UST vs. UP  
  10:30 am Women UST vs. UP  
  02:00 pm Men Adamson vs. Ateneo  
  03:30 pm Women Adamson vs. Ateneo  
Mar. 11 09:00 am Men UP vs. DLSU  
  10:30 am Women UP vs. DLSU  
  02:00 pm Men UST vs. Adamson  
  03:30 pm Women UST vs. Adamson  
Mar. 14 09:00 am Men Adamson vs. UE  
  10:30 am Women Adamson vs. UE  
  02:00 pm Men Ateneo vs. UST  
  03:30 pm Women Ateneo vs. UST  
Mar. 15 09:00 am Men NU vs. UP  
  10:30 am Women NU vs. UP  
  02:00 pm Men DLSU vs. FEU  
  03:30 pm Women DLSU vs. FEU  



PBA moves opener to March 8 due to coronavirus threat

The Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) announced on Friday, February 10, that the opening of its 45th season will be moved due to the threat caused by the novel coronavirus.

In an statement posted on Twitter, the PBA announced the new date of the 2020 PBA Philippine Cup on March 8. The opening was originally scheduled on March 1.


The PBA also postponed the D-League’s opening from Feb. 13 to Mar. 2 at Paco Arena in Manila.

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MPBL: Mindoro vs. Caloocan (Feb. 12, 2020)

Details for Mindoro Tamaraws vs. Caloocan Supremos in the elimination round of the 2019 MPBL Lakan Season.

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Results and Scores


Mindoro
90
Final Score
93
Caloocan
Quarter Scores: Mindoro vs. Caloocan (February 12, 2020)
Team Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 TOTAL
Mindoro Tamaraws 9 23 28 30 90
Caloocan Supremos 25 20 21 27 93
Best Player: Carlo Escalambre - 35 points, 4 rebounds and 5 assists.


Game Highlights


Watch the game highlights between Mindoro and Caloocan.


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MPBL: Nueva Ecija vs. GenSan (Feb. 12, 2020)

Details for Nueva Ecija Rice Vanguards vs. GenSan Warriors in the elimination round of the 2019 MPBL Lakan Season.

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Results and Scores


Nueva Ecija
75
Final Score
80
GenSan
Quarter Scores: Nueva Ecija vs. GenSan (February 12, 2020)
Team Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 TOTAL
Nueva Ecija Rice Vanguards 15 21 16 23 75
GenSan Warriors 24 16 19 21 89
Best Players:
Pamboy Raymundo - 24 points,2 rebounds and 5 assists.
Robby Celiz - 23 points, 16 rebounds and 3 assists.


Game Highlights


Watch the game highlights between Nueva Ecija and GenSan.


(Video by ABS-CBN Sports)